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December 16, 1914 - Image 6

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TliE MICHIIGAN DA.LY

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Talk-Over Foot wear

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For a Merry Xmas
Let Me Suggest
A Book of University Views-containing fifteen 6x8 and
ten 4x6 choice pictures in hand colored at only $i-oo, or in
Sepia at only 85c. Then I have other views of Ann Arbor also
-suitable for framing-a picture of your class or one of the
Penusy Game would please.
Kodaks and a Choice Line of Calendars

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HAND PRESSING

LADIES WORK A SPE IALTY

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Prioe $4,-.50

Short vamp, square toe effect.
Comes in gun metal and patent vamps. Tops and quarters of fine grey
cloth. All leather Spanish heels.
WALK-OVER SHOE CO., 115 S. Main Street.

HOPE TO GET $1,000 BY CONCERT
Movement to Raise Fund for Belgians
1May Help Buy Flour
Those in charge of the concert for
the relief of the Belgians expect to
raise $1,000, but it has not yet been
decided for what the money will be
used. In conjunction with the Ann
Arbor civic committee, letters are be-
ing written to various organizations
throughout the country which can take
charge of the money. The proceeds
of the concert may be given to the
Northwest Milling association, which
started the "buy a barrel of flour"
movement.
From the results of a similar cam-
paign, Yale has donated two Ford
automobiles for the Red Cross ser-
vice, and Princeton has raised funds
to send a nurse to Europe.

Orphe1m Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Mon.-Tues., Dec. 14-15 -- David Hig-
gins in "His Last Dollar," by Bald-
win G. Cooke.
Wed., Dec. 16-By Request-Klaw &
Erlanger Present "Strongheart."
Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 17-18-Edward Abel-
es in "Ready Money," by Jas. Mont-
gomery.
Sat., Dec. 19---Carlysle Blackwell in
"The Key to Yesterday," by Chas.
N. Buck.
F. L. HALL, 14 E. Willia
Phone 2225
DIT an2Goods Called For
EG d elivered
NO LOSS BY FIRE

C. Is KIDDm- -Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave
Freshman College Teaches Many Things, .Ju
ALSO But the Best Is ALSO
CANDIES the Lunches CIGARS
Sophomore AT "POP BANCROFT'S" 722 Monroe Senior

,4j Ice Cream for parties, socials and
house trade.
Q Mary Garden Reputation and Low-
ney's Chocolates.

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Piano
Voice
Violin
Organ
Theory, and
All Branches of Music

A WEEK OF

B. F. KEITH
Vaudeville
Phone 1701

A WEEK OF
Extra Added
Attractions

3:00 7:50 9:00

Phone 1701

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Are taught at the

University School of Music
MAYNARD STREET

Monday, Tuesday, Wed'sd ay
Deobmber 14-15-16
"The Trip to Harvard"
"Michigan-Pennsy Came"
THREE REELS OF MOTION PICTURES
showing all the most Important Events of the past Football Season.

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Thursday, December 17th
AJES TIC'S
""Big Country Store"
$100.00 in Prizes Given Away Absolutely Free
See List Below of Prizes. Order your seats Now

Matiees GWed. Mat.
Wed.-Sat. GARRIC 25c-51.OO
DETROIT
Sights and Saturday Matinee 24e-$1.5O
S. S. and Lee Shubert with Co-Operative
Producing Co., Preset
IN THE VAN GUARD
WHITNEY Theatre
Mr ATrNME AND NICGHT
SATURDAY DECEMBER 19th
OLIVER MOROSCO OFFERS
J. Hartley Manners' exuberant comedy
Peg ' myHeart
with Elsa Ryan and and the New York
company fresh from the 7o0th pefar
mance in the metropolis. A world's re-
cord that has never been equalled.
This Is the.same Co. that played Detroit last week
PRICES

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.AIN FLOOR First 13 rows, 360 seats
Last rows, 232 seats
IALCONYIFirsta4r 120 seats
Balance of Balcony
GALLERY -$0.52
Night-'
AINl FLOOR First 13 rows, 360 seats
A Last 8 rows, 232 seats
ALCONY First 4 rows, 120 seats
Balance of Balcony.
GALLERY - - 50c

$1.00
$0.75
$0.75
$0.50
$1.50
$1.00
$1.00
$0.75

homeopathic hospitai tomorrow,hat
7:00 o'clock. Dr. Westiall will have
the principal paper of the evening,
followed by Dr. C. B. Stouffer, who
will give the "Verification of Nux Vom-
ica." Dr. D. WV. Myers will present
some cases from the eye, nose and
throat clinic.
Union to Ioid lPances During Vacation
Membership dances are to be contin-
ued every Saturday night during the
holidays at the Michigan Union, espe-
cially for the benefit of the students
who remain in Ann Arbor. The com-
mitteemen for the dance Saturday
night are: William C. Mullendore, '16L,
chairman, Verne E. Burnett, '17, H. B.
Pelham, '17L, and Edward D. Camp-
bell, '17E. Tickets go on sale at the
clubhouse counter at 5:00 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon.
Stay-Overs From Dixie to Hold Feast
More than 40 men assembled at the
smoker of the Dixie club at the Union
last night. As -members of the club
are from all parts of the south, no def-
inite plans could be made for the trip
home during the holidays, but those
who will remain in the city during va-
cation are to meet at the Union at 7:00
o'clock next Monday night to arrange
for a banquet which will probably be
held in Detroit.
$25 to $100 Paid for Photoplay Plots.
Film companies are scouring the
country for ideas. The demand of 30,-
000 theatres is greater than the supply
of photoplays. Pictures of mediocre
quality are produced by necessity. No
experience is required to write photo-
plays. It is only necessary to know
the correct form to write your scena-
rios and the requirements of scen-
ario editors. Our complete instruc-
|tions tell you just what to do and what
not to do and make it easy for you to
Iwrite your plots in the proper form.

M axim's

KUMRI-BUSH & ROBINSON WM. E. BENCE & CO "KARL"
"Fun in a Music Store" In "Hop Kee's Dream"
Comedy, Talking and Singing Act Comedy Sketch The One String Violinist
THREE PRETTY GIRLS WITH SWEET VOICES,
IN A ROUTINE OF SONGS WITH HARMONY.
List of Prizes Donated by the leading merchants of Ann Arbor for the big 'Country Store Night" at the "Majestic," Thursday, Dec. 17
Martin Haller-One Parlor Rocking Chair F. W. Wilkinson-One Mattin Case J. J. Livernois & Co.-One Chicken
Campus Bootery-One Pair of Ladies' Fine Shoes Lamb & Spencer-One Sack of Flour Riley, Conlin & Fiegel-Three Pair of Gent's Hose
J. F. Wuerth & Co.-One Ladies' or Gent's Parasol Wadhams & Co.-One Shirt and One Tie L. A. Webb--A Surprise Package of Candy
A. S. Lyndon-One Kodak 11. L. Switzer-One Pocket Knife Calkins Drugs-One Bottle of Hair Tonic
Schumacker Hardware Co.-One Alcohol Heater F. W. Gross-One Pair of Gent's Gloves Russell Confectionery-One Large Box of Fine Candy
Koch & Henne-One "Baby Go-Cart" Midway Cafe-One Box of Cigars Dean & Co.-Corn Flakes
Schroen Bros.-One Ladies' Corset & Novelty C. H. heck & Sons-One-Half Ton of Coal Bazley Market-One Large Chicken
Chas. S. Millen-Ladies' Corset & Form & One Kiiuona Sugar Bowl-Two Boxes of Fine Candy Daines & Nickels-Portraits
L. E. Wenzel-Wall-Paper to Cover One Room

1aa -, NIGHTS AT 7:30 and 9:00
Mon.TuesWed D .4- - Tu. Wed. Matinees at 3:00

Five (5) People--Two Men and Three Beautiful Girls
This is an artistic posing act of 'Real Class' showing an exposit
ion of Living Pictures of World's Famous Paintings.

Seatson sale Thursday;tmail orders receivednow j
Soph Engineers Aid In Belgian Relief
Several large donations of clothes
have been received by the Belgian re-
lief committee of the soph engineers,
who were among the first of the class-
es to take an active part in the relief
work. Robert McCree, chairman of!
the committee, requestsall those who
have anything to give, to call himm at
either 1216-M or 2311, or to notify
any member of the committee before
December 19. A member of the com-
mittee will call for the donations.
Dr. Westfall to Address County Club
Dr. F. E. Westfall, of Ypsilanti, will
act as chairman of the Washtenaw
County Verification club, which holds
its regular monthly meeting at the

LADIES' SOUVENIR MATINEE EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY. SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, ANY CHILD UNDER 12, 5c, SAME MAJESTIC PRICES
Coming "Max Bloom" Xmas Week "That's My Horse"

We help you sell your photoplays,
criticize your scenarios, revise same
and typewrite them. Send $1.00 for
complete instructions covering every
phase of photoplay writing and includ-
ing list of buyers for your plots. This
is a special offer to students desiring
to earn money in spare time. National
Photoplay association, 1120-A, Chain-

ber of Commerce Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
68-70
Phone 15 Taxi and Limousines, day
and night. 68-70
Muffs, neckpieces, scarfs, and fur
coats on sale today and tomorrow at
the C. & F. Shop, 608 F. Liberty St.

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Quarterback.

Every body

Play

Football

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GET THAT

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QUARTERBACK is a r e a l Football game
played according to the official rules.
It's all there is to Football, except the physical
effort.

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605 W. W

iliam St.
OREN'S CAFETERIA
Sale of furs at the C. & F. Shop, 608
1E. Liberty today and tomorrow. 68

Exciting, Entertaining, Instructive!.
Backed by brains a n d built on
principles by college men.
Recommended by coaches.

scientific

WE USE PURE LARD

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Play QUARTERBACK and popularize Football.

ON STATE STREET
YOU CAN GET YOUR
HOLIDAY GIFTS
at right prices
DON'T WAIT-Come and See Our Big, Carefully Selected Stock
H. L. Switzer Co.X
310 STATE STREET Hardware and Sporting Goods

Don't put it off any longer, arrange
for your Xmas Victrola NOW. A lit-
tle now and then and it is paid for.
Grinnell Bros. Our large stock is
yours to select from. 68
Many have arranged for their Xmas
Voctrola. Have yon? A few dollars
a month and it is soon paid for. See
us before buying. Grinnell Bros., 120
E1. Liberty St., 68

Ask your dealer

Olympia Cames Company
CHICAGO, U. S. A.

"A GAME TWO CAN PLAY AT"

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